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    Ageism Isn’t Cute

    Ageism Isn’t Cute

    By Fairley Parson, LCSW As a clinical social worker working in the LGBT senior community, I have heard my share of ageist comments. The most common reply I hear when I…

    22nd Annual Pink Triangle to Be Created Atop Twin Peaks

    22nd Annual Pink Triangle to Be Created Atop Twin Peaks

    By Patrick Carney A huge Pink Triangle, which is one-acre in size, is being installed for its 22nd time as a reminder that history repeats. We again are in a situation where…

    Keep Laughing!

    Keep Laughing!

    By Karen Williams, M.Ed. I taught the nation’s only 4-credit Senior Seminar in Stand-Up Comedy at Cleveland State University. I am the founder and CEO of the HaHA Institute, the…

    What Does Your Mood Have to Do with Your Success?

    What Does Your Mood Have to Do with Your Success?

    By Julie Gleeson Many years ago, I heard about a project team that was struggling to accomplish their goals. They were over budget and behind schedule. They were anxious, frustrated…

    The Benefits of Tax Diversification in Your Retirement Plan

    The Benefits of Tax Diversification in Your Retirement Plan

    By Brandon Miller, CFP Taxes are an often-overlooked aspect of retirement planning. While many Americans are saving diligently and are focused on accumulating the biggest “nest egg” possible, many investors…

    Auto: Choosing Size in Hybrid Crossovers

    Auto: Choosing Size in Hybrid Crossovers

    By Philip Ruth How much vehicle do you need? It’s a good question to ask as the summer road-trip season begins, and the answer is ultimately very personalized. If you’re…

    Love and Linens

    Love and Linens

    By Diana Cardenas How can you transform an event space with color and texture? With linens, of course! Most couples are new to planning an event as large or important…

    San Francisco Bay Times Is Proud to Present Seventeen and Apricot Groves at Frameline

    San Francisco Bay Times Is Proud to Present Seventeen and Apricot Groves at Frameline

    The San Francisco Bay Times is sponsoring two films at Frameline this year: Seventeen and Apricot Groves. We hope that you can check them out. Look for our team at…

    Curated: Companions of Diana

    Curated: Companions of Diana

    In the Legion of Honor Permanent Collection Francois Boucher, the quintessential artist of the rococo, dominated the fine and decorative arts throughout Northern Europe in the eighteenth century. This oval…

    Words: Every Month Is LGBTQI Book Month

    Words: Every Month Is LGBTQI Book Month

    By Michele Karlsberg Michele Karlsberg: In this issue, author Carol Rosenfeld shares her thoughts as LGBTQI Book Month gets underway. June is LGBTQI Pride Month, and it is also LGBTQI…

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